By Megan Miller, Editor
TRUSSVILLE – Oktoberfest is returning to Trussville on October 8 from 9 a.m.-3 p.m.
Attendees can take advantage of authentic German food, music and treats like cakes, cookies and strudels. There will be the famous grilled sausage, German potato salad, red cabbage and roll with butter and hot mustard, Kaiser plates, as well as pizza, nachos, pretzels and more. For those who can’t attend the festival, there will be a drive through for those who want to stop by for a meal.
Activities include a pumpkin patch, whirlybird ride, obstacle course, petting zoo, paint ball, pumpkin painting, rock n’ roll ride, pony rides and children’s games including prizes, balloons and face painting.
There will also be raffles for cash prizes and a large screen TV, and patrons can visit more than 100 vendors selling unique arts and crafts, services and gifts such as jellies and jams, pickled vegetables, handmade candles, cookies and more.
Oktoberfest is hosted by volunteers from the Holy Infant of Prague Catholic Church and proceeds will benefit the Trussville Special Olympics, Independence House for young adults with disabilities, St. Vincent de Paul Society, TEAM and the church building fund.
The event is family friendly and admission is free. Food tickets and game bracelets can be ordered in advance at oktoberfesttrussville.com.
Holy Infant of Prague is located at 8090 Gadsden Highway. Parking is also available off site, and shuttles will be running guests to and from the parking lot.